Think people who leave school can achieve nothing? Think again.

Think people who leave school can achieve nothing? Think again. These 6 bright purple youngsters are changing perceptions…

This is so touching. I went to speak to 6 young apprentices who had left school and had what some in society will call ‘an unpromising future’. Bright Purple Resourcing took them in to introduce them to the world of business and recruitment. The change they have experienced is amazing. I wanted to inspire them but ended up being inspired by them! Here is what they say about me….

Find more about the Bright Purple Futures programme

Bright Futures Programme

(Becki Munro– Apprentice, Bright Futures Programme)

On the 16th of March, I and my fellow apprentices were given another amazing opportunity to meet with yet another inspirational person, Hera Hussain.

As always, before meeting with someone, we always take the time to research the person and try and find out a bit about their background, so when they come in to meet with us we have a common ground to speak about and understand what they are doing in their own lives.

I found out very quickly into my research that Hera was famous in her own right, for her social media passion. I thought that this was her full time job, but the more I researched the more I learnt this was not the case. I found out that in actual fact she is a student in her 4th year at Glasgow University studying Psychology and Economics

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This entry was published on March 20, 2012 at 4:49 pm. It’s filed under motivation, social change, social media, talks/seminars and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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